This dish is nutritious, but few people dare to eat it. It’s not common in the market. Make it yourself. It’s very simple!


A handful of peanut sprouts
Proper amount of pork
A spoonful of raw soy sauce
Proper cooking wine
Proper oil
Proper amount of salt
Appropriate amount of minced garlic


Step 1
In order to make the peanut sprout well, the variety of peanut is very important. Select the peanut with full particles, and the germination rate is higher. These are the peanuts selected by my father one by one. Although the varieties are different, each one is full, especially beautiful.

Step 2
First, clean the peanuts and soak them in hot water at about 80 ℃ for 5 minutes. This is to give short-term thermal stimulation to seeds and promote germination. Soak the peanuts soaked in hot water for 6-8 hours to make them fully absorb water and expand.

Step 3
The gauze under the peanuts should be kept wet. It is best to spray water evenly with a watering can after 5-6 hours, so that all the buds are wet, but the peanuts cannot be flooded with water. After about a day, you will see small buds of peanuts. Pay attention to covering to prevent the buds from turning green.

Step 4
In about 3-5 days, peanut buds can be eaten when they grow to a finger deep. Peanut sprouts have a lot of water and crisp taste. They are the most delicious for frying shredded meat. Let's take a look at the specific methods.

Step 5
This time, the peanut sprouts take a long time, so they grow higher. After washing, cut them into appropriate lengths. Peanuts and rice can also be eaten. Don't waste it.

Step 6
Cut pork into shreds, pour in a spoonful of soy sauce and half a spoonful of cooking wine, mix well, and marinate for 10 minutes.

Step 7
Heat the oil pan, add minced garlic and stir fry until fragrant.

Step 8
Pour in the pickled shredded meat and stir fry over high heat until the shredded meat changes color slightly.

Step 9
Pour in peanut sprouts and stir fry for half a minute.

Step 10
When peanut sprouts change color a little, add salt to taste, pour in a few drops of raw soy sauce to increase the flavor, and you can get out of the pot. Fresh and appetizing fried shredded pork with peanut sprouts is ready.